Re; 2.5 hesitation (just FYI)
The new Jeep dealership in Scottsdale Airpark solved my problem! They found that the coil was intermitently not working properly. The tech. said that Jeep had used a cheap coil that would expand and contract when it got hot and cold. The tech. said that he had seen it one time before but he could not diagnose it, he thought the woman just wanted a new vehicle and was trying to use the "lemon law". The coil was replaced and it solved the problem. I also had them replace the plugs, wires, rotor and cap. The Jeep runs better now than it did new.